28 July 2021
Montenegro’s economy was hit harder by the pandemic than any other European country. We asked one of the leading Business representatives from this country, Predrag Mitrovic, President of the Montenegrin Employers Federation, what they did to support companies and how the ILO has been helpful.
Will the pandemic help tackle climate change?. By Gary Rynhart, Specialist in employers’ activities.
21 July 2021
Ramifications of the UK Supreme Court judgement in Uber Bv v Aslam and others. Article by Ravi PEIRIS, Senior Specialist, Employers' Activities.
19 July 2021
The judgment of the Supreme Court of UK in the case of Uber Vs Aslam and others has been subject to much discussion and interpretations. It was therefore important to analyse the judgment from different standpoints – Independent Contractors / Own Account Workers; Common law of Master – Servant relationship; and implications on Platform workers. This judgment is a reflection of the willingness of the Court to take account of developments relative to new ways of doing business, instead of being restricted by concepts, which were developed at a time when ways of doing business were simpler and limited. Technology and other factors such as increased emphasis on entrepreneurial innovation have led to more complex and new ways of doing business. The law needs to keep pace with social and other developments to be relevant, socially and otherwise, and this objective can be achieved through legislation or judicial means, or by a combination of both. This case illustrates the combination of both legislative and judicial intervention to bring the law more abreast of social and business realities. This article was published in the Madras Labour Law Journal.
09 July 2021
raise awareness of private sector partners FEI and ILO support them to be in better compliance with International Labour Standards to combat child labour in Egypt
28 June 2021
At its 342nd session, the ILO’s Governing Body elected a new Chair and Vice-Chairs, and discussed a number of items arising from the June session of the International Labour Conference.
Occupational Safety and Health
26 June 2021
25 June 2021
Public urged to take part in the campaign to raise awareness of violence and harassment in the workplace and to encourage their governments to ratify ILO Convention No. 190.
16 June 2021
Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE), an apex body of Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) organized a workplace vaccination camp for employees of Public Sector Enterprises
17 May 2021
The 109th Session of the International Labour Conference will, for the first time in its history, be held virtually, reflecting changes imposed by the COVID-19 crisis.
09 April 2021
Business leaders from across Yemen met virtually to discuss how to boost the activities of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry to ensure that the private sector plays a central role in the country’s reconstruction process.